Bale Breaker
Brewing
recently released it’s
beloved Brewshed IPA. You can find the second annual,
limited-release beer a the brewery’s taproom in Yakima (to-go, in
cans) and on the shelves at PCC Markets.
It’s not just an ordinary beer release; this one has a
mission.

The Brewshed®
Alliance
is a program designed to highlight the
overlapping interests between the conservation of our critical
watersheds and brewing communities. Over 60 Northwest-based brewery
and beer-related businesses have joined the alliance. Bale
Breaker joined the Brewshed Alliance in 2018.

Bale Breaker’s Brewshed IPA is made with Salmon-Safe® ingredients,
brewed with locally grown and malted barley and
wheat. The Salmon-Safe seal designates that the farming
practices used are certified and recognized for their efforts
to protect water quality, maintain watershed health, and restore
habitat. Brewshed IPA is brewed with hops from Roy Farms of Moxee and grains
from Mainstem
Malt
of Walla Walla.

Bale Breaker’s Brewshed IPA benefits the work of Washington
Wild’s Brewshed Alliance, meaning you can drink it knowing that
every sip is helping the cause of protecting the health of the
watersheds that provide the clean, delicious water needed to make
great beer.

Brewshed Alliance recently honored Bale Breaker at its  Wild
Night event, awarding the brewery for its outstanding support and
dedication to the Brewshed Alliance mission of protecting wildlands
and waters.

Brewshed IPA clocks in at 6.6 percent ABV and 40 IBU.

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